When completed in early 2021, the new building will serve as the new front entrance to both Wolfson Children’s Hospital and Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville, which provide our region with highly specialized tertiary and quaternary services, including pediatric trauma care.
The building is designed to make it easy for patients and visitors to find their way anywhere in the medical center, as well as to increase visibility and accessibility from I-95. To enhance convenience and safety, it will be linked directly to the medical center’s new multi-level parking deck by a skybridge over Palm Avenue.
“This new building will be our new ‘front door,’ essentially reorienting our entire campus,” said Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville Hospital President Michael Mayo. “We intend to create an extraordinary patient and family experience for all who enter.”
Vystar operations headquarters.
Ash Properties has begun renovations of the BB&T Tower Downtown.
Work will include lobby renovations that include furniture, flooring and décor, bringing the common areas “up to a more modern and open look to generate the interest in and excitement of new tenants,” Whitfield said.
Georgia-based Rise Properties LLC plans to develop an 8-story, mixed-use development that will add 247 apartments to the Sports and Entertainment District. The project will include a rooftop pool, approximately 7,000 square feet of combined first floor and rooftop retail, and a seven-story parking deck. A feature wall will incorporate materials and architectural features that were found on the original Doro building. The former Forsyth Street right-of-way adjacent to the site is expected to create a destination for outdoor social activities including markets, culture, and entertainment all year around.
Investment: To be Determined
Jacksonville-based JWB Real Estate Capital first presented the project to DDRB in May. The $1.2 million project will bring 18 multifamily units to the 0.13-acre lot located at 412 E. Ashley St. in the Cathedral District. Rents for the roughly 320-square-foot studio apartments will start at $550.
Each shipping container costs between $60,000 and $70,000.
Riverplace Boulevard has recently been reconstructed to narrow the travel lanes, provide on-street parking, accommodate pedestrians and bicycles and provide landscaping. The project included roadwork, drainage, signalization, landscaping, roadway lighting, bus stop modifications, water and sewer utility modifications and signage.
The Northbank Riverwalk is undergoing repairs including: bulkhead repairs, wayfinding signage and the addition of a performing arts activation node.
Walk along the North Bank riverwalk for an amazing view of the St. John’s River. Many city events take place here including the Light Boat Parade, New Year’s Eye Fireworks and many races.
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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) began January 14, 2013 to replace the series of overpasses that carry traffic over Hendricks, Kings and Montana avenues along 2.3 miles of I-95 near downtown Jacksonville in Duval County. Known as the Overland Bridge project, it will improve traffic flow along the I-95 corridor just south of the Fuller Warren Bridge. I-95 will be widened to provide an additional lane for southbound traffic. As the project is built, traffic will use parallel roadways, which upon completion of the I-95 bridge structures, will remain and provide additional capacity for traffic between the Fuller Warren Bridge and north of Emerson Street.